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Faces of Signing Day in Atlanta

More than 1,100 athletes in Georgia signed letters of intent to play college football.

Here are a few who were present at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta to make their choices public.

Tyler Taylor of Lanier High School committed to LSU. (David Barnes/AJC)

Tyler Taylor of Lanier High School committed to LSU. (David Barnes/AJC)

Victor Heyward (background, center) of Mill Creek committed to Georgia State. (David Barnes/AJC)

Victor Heyward (background, center) of Mill Creek committed to Georgia State. (David Barnes/AJC)

Edmond Graham of Mill Creek committed to Mercer. (David Barnes/AJC)

Edmond Graham of Mill Creek committed to Mercer. (David Barnes/AJC)

Jamar Hall of Mill Creek  committed to Mercer. (David Barnes/AJC)

Jamar Hall of Mill Creek committed to Mercer. (David Barnes/AJC)

Brenton King of Mill Creek committed to Georgia Tech. (David Barnes/AJC)

Brenton King of Mill Creek committed to Georgia Tech. (David Barnes/AJC)

Andrew Thomas of Pace Academy committed to the University of Georgia. (David Barnes/AJC)

Andrew Thomas of Pace Academy committed to the University of Georgia. (David Barnes/AJC)

Trey Blount (left) of Pace Academy committed to the University of Georgia. (David Barnes/AJC)

Trey Blount (left) of Pace Academy committed to the University of Georgia. (David Barnes/AJC)


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